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Friday, August 27, 2010

'Fugitive' blogger RPK to appear on HARDtalk to TELL ALL

Numerous e-mails are floating around with regards to RPK appearing on HARDtalk and various dates have been mentioned. Just to set the record straight, the recording will be done on 1st September but the program will be broadcasted the week after 6th September. The actual date has not been decided yet but we will keep you informed.

About HARDtalk

HARDtalk is the hard-hitting flagship news programme shown on BBC World News and the BBC News channel.

The half hour interview is the result of detailed research and in-depth investigations.

HARDtalk asks the difficult questions and gets behind the stories that make the news - from international political leaders to entertainers; from corporate decision-makers to ordinary individuals facing huge challenges.

The main presenter of HARDtalk is Stephen Sackur, one of the BBC's most respected journalists.

Before joining HARDtalk, he worked as a correspondent in the Middle East, America and Brussels.

How to watch HARDtalk

HARDtalk with Stephen Sackur is available to watch inside the UK on the BBC News Channel and outside the UK on BBC World News.

On the BBC News Channel:

HARDtalk is broadcast in the United Kingdom on the BBC News Channel on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 4.30am and 11.30pm.

Within the UK it is also possible to view previous HARDtalks online, dating back to March 2009, by clicking here. (http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b006mg2m)

On BBC World News:

HARDtalk is broadcast Monday to Thursday at 0330 GMT on BBC World News. It is repeated Monday to Thursday at 0830, 1430, 1830 (ME and SA only) 2030 and 2230 GMT.

BBC World News, a global 24 hour news channel is available in more than 200 countries and territories worldwide.

BBC World News reaches 283 million households and more than 1.5 million hotel rooms, and is also available on cruise ships, airlines, and mobile phone networks around the world.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/programmes/hardtalk/default.stm

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